Gross fixed capital formation - comparative price levels



PRICE LEVEL INDICES FOR INVESTMENT, 2015*, EU28=100
Country Investment Machinery and equipment Metal products and equipment Electrical and optical equipment Transport equipment Software
European Union (28 countries) 100 100 100 100 100 100
Norway 145 121 119 104 148 111
Switzerland 143 115 129 108 106 106
Iceland 136 125 118 137 129 113
Sweden 134 111 114 100 118 112
Finland 127 111 109 107 120 108
Denmark 126 116 113 105 130 103
Germany 114 98 100 97 96 99
France 114 101 98 100 105 99
Austria 105 104 103 101 108 105
Netherlands 105 102 105 99 99 113
United Kingdom 105 103 102 106 103 91
Euro area (19 countries) 102 100 101 100 100 102
Luxembourg 101 101 103 102 98 100
Belgium 99 103 104 102 105 104
Ireland 94 103 100 110 101 101
Malta 87 100 96 123 96 102
Italy 87 97 101 95 93 107
Spain 83 100 100 100 101 106
Estonia 83 94 94 99 87 104
Cyprus 81 99 104 108 89 102
Slovakia 80 96 99 98 90 96
Slovenia 79 94 95 101 87 103
Greece 79 96 95 96 97 104
Latvia 78 95 97 97 91 100
Czech Republic 76 92 91 97 89 97
Lithuania 75 93 94 97 89 104
Poland 75 89 88 93 87 92
Portugal 73 110 105 111 117 104
Hungary 68 90 90 93 88 101
Serbia 66 100 98 105 98 96
Croatia 65 92 91 99 89 95
Bulgaria 65 90 88 98 87 97
Montenegro 64 94 93 104 87 113
Romania 62 97 97 97 98 104
Bosnia and Herzegovina 59 102 104 117 87 101
Turkey 58 95 90 101 98 90
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 56 92 87 102 89 103
Albania 55 96 96 100 91 96
Variation coefficients:
EA19 16.3 4.8 4.2 6.5 9.3 3.7
EU28 21.7 6.8 6.7 6.1 11.4 5.0
ALL37 28.7 8.5 9.2 8.0 14.1 5.7

Source: Eurostat, Statistics explained, "Comparative price levels for investment", available free of charge on the Eurostat web site - 13 December 2016.
* Preliminary data
PRICE LEVEL INDICES FOR INVESTMENT, 2015*, EU28=100
Country Investment Construction Residential buildings Non-residential buildings Civil engineering works
European Union (28 countries) 100 100 100 100 100
Norway 145 155 169 166 145
Switzerland 143 187 188 198 171
Iceland 136 154 173 149 149
Sweden 134 164 166 177 144
Finland 127 140 132 144 151
Denmark 126 144 151 150 129
Germany 114 131 137 123 127
France 114 123 116 129 128
Austria 105 109 116 103 110
Netherlands 105 108 114 109 101
United Kingdom 105 110 97 119 123
Euro area (19 countries) 102 104 104 104 103
Luxembourg 101 103 106 95 117
Belgium 99 99 99 99 99
Ireland 94 90 91 90 91
Malta 87 79 64 88 95
Italy 87 80 74 82 88
Spain 83 72 69 72 79
Estonia 83 76 67 78 90
Cyprus 81 70 64 72 82
Slovakia 80 69 55 77 81
Slovenia 79 69 53 72 89
Greece 79 67 63 70 73
Latvia 78 67 61 70 74
Czech Republic 76 65 59 63 81
Lithuania 75 64 59 58 84
Poland 75 66 54 64 89
Portugal 73 54 51 54 62
Hungary 68 53 46 52 65
Serbia 66 46 34 53 53
Croatia 65 51 44 50 64
Bulgaria 65 49 35 45 68
Montenegro 64 48 38 49 61
Romania 62 42 35 43 50
Bosnia and Herzegovina 59 38 32 41 45
Turkey 58 38 29 41 51
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 56 40 29 43 54
Albania 55 41 35 52 40
Variation coefficients:
EA19 16.3 27.6 33.2 26.6 22.5
EU28 21.7 36.6 43.6 38.2 27.0
ALL37 28.7 46.9 56.1 47.3 36.2

Source: Eurostat, Statistics explained, "Comparative price levels for investment", available free of charge on the Eurostat web site - 13 December 2016.
* Preliminary data
15.12.2016

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